Pets of the Week (December 26, 2012)

Say hello to Mar­tin

Mar­tin is a 2- to 4-year-old white and brown me­di­um-sized ter­ri­er mix.

The friendly guy was found roam­ing the streets, but is con­tent and en­joys his life­style. He likes go­ing for walks and seems to be house trained. In­di­vidu­als or fam­il­ies look­ing to ad­opt him should bring along their dogs to see if they get along.

Any­one in­ter­ested in ad­opt­ing Mar­tin can con­tact his foster mom at ••

Pretty Pe­tunia

Poor sweet Pe­tunia has been wait­ing for a home for a very long time.

The adult calico cat was found sick and with new­borns. Her ba­bies died, and Pe­tunia was heart­broken.

Now in foster care via For­got­ten Cats, she is hop­ing some­body cheers her up by wel­com­ing her in­to their home.

Pe­tunia is spayed and vac­cin­ated, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line leuk­emia and im­mun­ode­fi­ciency vir­uses.

To ap­ply to ad­opt Pe­tunia, vis­it­find­­ters/PA586.html or go to the PetS­mart at 901 Old York Road in Jen­k­in­town. ••

Yo, Jen­kins!

Jen­kins is a hand­some young man who loves at­ten­tion and play­ing with toys.  He was a stray cat who was des­per­ately try­ing to get in­doors dur­ing the warm sum­mer months.

Now that he is safe in the care of North­east An­im­al Res­cue, Jen­kins is in search of a per­man­ent home.

The 15-month-old cat is neutered, mi­cro­chipped and cur­rent on vac­cin­a­tions, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line im­mun­ode­fi­ciency and leuk­emia vir­uses.

To ad­opt Jen­kins, fill out an ap­plic­a­tion at: ht­tp://nar.res­­im­als/de­tail?An­im­al­ID=5015100 ••

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